Discover more about Scotland’s heritage and how we are working to protect it.

A new website for the National Trust for Scotland

The new look of our website is the first glimpse of a fresh visual style that we will be rolling out over the next few months … but this website has more than a pretty face.

Storm damage limits access to Fingal’s Cave

The Trust is warning visitors to Staffa that access to the world-famous Fingal’s Cave will be limited this spring.

Delving into history at Culloden

Travel writer Robin McKelvie took his family to experience the Battle of Culloden

The Orangery renovation at Culzean

The Orangery at Culzean is currently being renovated and will re-open in time for Easter 2018.

Water Damage at Hill House

The Hill House has long suffered from water ingress, and despite conservation work by The National Trust for Scotland, our partners, and previous owners, the house still shows signs of damage. Without our urgent intervention, we could lose the beautiful interiors forever.

A blast from the past

Project Reveal Team South West have been exploring the history behind some of Culzean’s most-photographed artefacts.

Flags flying again

Two Scots Guards flags, bearing colours earned in battle, have returned to Falkland Palace after months of painstaking conservation.

The St Kilda Diaries: 1 to 14 March

Extracts and transcripts from the handwritten diaries of Alice MacLachlan